Active on the transfer window for several months, Olympique de Marseille would have made good progress on several tracks. But before completing any operations, the Marseille club is waiting for the green light from the DNCG, whose decision is expected this Thursday.
Decisive week for the transfer window of Olympique de Marseille. Directly qualified for the group stage of the Champions League, the recent second in Ligue 1 wishes to strengthen its workforce. We know the requirement of coach Jorge Sampaoli who expects confirmed recruits, especially in the midfield to compensate for the free departure of Boubacar Kamara at Aston Villa. Knowing the methods of Pablo Longoria, the Marseille president has probably advanced on several tracks, well before the appointment of football director Javier Ribalta.
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But the Marseille club has refrained from completing any operation before the agreement of the National Management Control Department (DNCG). ” Leaders instructed not to sign players until DNCG gives green light “, Confirmed an agent in the regional daily La Provence, who announces that the financial policeman of French football will give his verdict Thursday. A very important moment for the Olympian management who worked hard to avoid a sanction from the DNCG.
McCourt asks for sales this summer
Olympique de Marseille would fear, for example, a framework for its payroll, a decision which would limit its room for maneuver on the transfer market. President Pablo Longoria really does not need this additional difficulty, he who already has to deal with the reluctance of owner Frank McCourt. Indeed, the American would no longer want to put his hand in his pocket and would demand sales so that the club is self-financing and achieves a balance next season, during which the receipts from the Champions League should help.